PhD in Applied Informatics
The main research topics are information systems design methodologies, advanced techniques in information and knowledge processing, ambient intelligence.
The graduate of the doctoral study in Applied Informatics is able to design and develop information, communication and knowledge technologies in different industries and businesses. Both are prepared to become research workers.
Entrance Requirements for the Candidate
The candidate has to be a Master’s degree graduate specialised in economics or informatics or another closely related field of study. In the field of informatics the candidate is required to design simple database applications, to have good knowledge of CASE tools, principles of programming, basic tools for decision making support, general knowledge of modern information and communication technologies, systems approaches and analysis.
Also we demand active command of English and passive knowledge of one other foreign language.
The studies follow common Study and Examination Rules of the doctoral study programme. Specific organisational problems, which may occur, are discussed here in greater detail. The study programme is outlined in such a way that students of each of the two mentioned fields of study attend the compulsory common basics consisting of four subjects:
- selected questions on the theory of economics
- general systems theory
- statistical and mathematical methods in management
- information and knowledge systems
The student takes on at least two other subjects in addition to this common basic which are close to the chosen field of his or her studies.
- 180 credits or more
- oral defence of the doctoral thesis
- passing the state doctoral exams
- The duration of the programme: 4 years
- The tuition fee for one academic year: 4000 EUR.
- The deadline for submitting applications: 31st March
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Last updated August 25, 2017